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Corinne Foxx has signed with CAA, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.
The model and actress, who turns 24 years old today, will be the new DJ of Fox’s musical game show Beat Shazam hosted by her dad, Jamie Foxx, when its second season kicks off in May. Father and daughter, as well as Robert Downey Jr., Eva Longoria and Jeremy Piven, also will appear in basketball comedy All-Star Weekend, Jamie Foxx’s directorial debut, out later this year.
The younger Foxx had a recurring role as Rachel on the now-defunct MTV series Sweet/Vicious and served as Miss Golden Globe in 2016, when she was still a USC student and modeling on the side for the likes of Ralph Lauren. More recently, she has turned up in campaigns for Dolce & Gabbana, Kenneth Cole and Wet N Wild cosmetics. She continues to be represented by L.A. Models, One Management N.Y. and Select Models London.
Looking back at 2017 and loved working with @wetnwildbeauty
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Beyond acting and modeling, Foxx has a philanthropic career. She has partnered with the United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up! campaign, which helps empower adolescent girls around the world to advocate on a range of issues, and with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) to promote legislative and cultural changes to help those affected by mental health issues.
Last fall, Foxx launched her own lifestyle site and online marketplace, Foxxtales.com, which covers wellness, travel, charitable work, books and dating, as well as discussing issues such as sexual assault and the refugee crisis. The online shop is dedicated to products — ranging from jewelry, canvas tote bags and natural skincare to plant tonics and cookie dough — created by emerging female entrepreneurs.
Foxx continues to be represented by LBI Entertainment and attorney Ryan Goodell at Morris Yorn.
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